The StapleSmart II Finisher (30G0850) may not be used with RFID media. The 5-Bin Mailbox (30G0852) is not recommend for use with the RFID media.
The RFID tag may be located within a large area of the media sheet and may be oriented either parallel to or perpendicular to the long edge of the media. The tag location limitations and recommendations are shown in the T65x RFID UHF User's Guide.
US / Canada – supports radio frequencies in the 902-928 MHz (ultra high frequency (UHF)) range.
Setup: System integration is required. Contact your Lexmark representative for assistance.
Other locations for the RFID tag may be acceptable. Please consult with the Lexmark Specialty Media Support Group for additional information. Do not place a large order for media without first verifying that the selected media design provides acceptable printing performance and transport reliability, and that the selected RFID tag is successfully programmed by the RFID Option.
Australia – supports radio frequencies in the 915-928 MHz (ultra high frequency) range.
See the RFID UHF Option User’s Guide Supplement for tag placement details.
Europe – supports radio frequencies in the 865.6 - 867.6 MHz (ultra high frequency) range.
The RFID UHF Option must be the first device placed under the printer. One input drawer is required below the RFID Option to contain the RFID media for printing and programming.
All RFID tags must be built to EPC class 1 generation 2 specifications (ISO 18000-6C).
The RFID tags can be programmed via PCL commands or using electronic forms created with Lexmark Document Solutions Suite Forms Composer 3.3.8 with Service Pack 4.
The fuser wiper included in the package is designed specifically for label applications. This fuser wiper is not recommended for duplex applications. It is recommended that Label Application print cartridges are used with this option.
The RFID tag can be located on either the printed or non-printed side of the media, although printing on the tag is not recommended.
RFID Programming while Printing speed: Up to 20 ppm when programming RFID tags using letter size media. Individual ppm performance may vary depending on media size, type, RFID tag and image complexity.
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